The Samsung Galaxy Prime will be the first device of single-chip system MediaTek
Just a few days ago, MediaTek’s a coincidence, maybe not, let slip that Samsung is a client. It is no secret that in their budget smartphones and tablets, the Korean giant has always used a variety of single-chip system, including the solution of Spreadtrum and Broadcom. But MediaTek products, despite its popularity, the Samsung devices for some reason was not.
And now FOR the Geekbench confirmed the statement of the representative of MediaTek. Samsung SM-G532F, which is the model Galaxy Prime new generation will be based on SoC MediaTek MT6737T. This system-on-chip refers to the initial level and contains four Cortex-A53 1.5 GHz and GPU Mali-T720 MP2.
Furthermore, it is known that the smartphone will have 1.5 GB of RAM and a five-inch display. While this is all data on the device, but it is already generating interest in spite of its budget.